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A Day of Signs and Wonders by Kit Pearson


As the shortest of Kit Pearson's chapter books, A Day of Signs and Wonders is definitely a very interesting book. The whole story takes place in one day, following the view of Emily Carr as a child. During this day, Emily goes to stay with her neighbor, and there she discovers painting. It is a beautiful and artistic book with an honest writing style.


AGE RANGE INTERMEDIATE


THEMES

Family

Art

British Columbia

Historical fiction


OVERALL RATING 9/10

It's a pretty good book. It is a little more simple than other Kit Pearson books, but still wonderful. I think it is intended for younger audiences than her other books.


PROS

Good child’s perspective

Funny

Heartfelt


CONS

Simple

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